I am in search of a free tool (Due to Finance Manager budget restrictions) for monitoring USB, Folder and Internet access for network users.I want to know when someone plugs in a USB drive, which folders they access and which websites they visit. CEO request but no budget given to this request.
I was looking for some software to run on my Debian vServer which monitors RAM, CPU and HDD usage. This tool should not require Gnome/KDE, so I guess I'll end up with a PHP tool. I did some search but came up with nothing. I'm using Parallels Power Panel (there might be a plugin or something like that?)
I wonder if there is any tool that can read health of my HDD's? There are tons in windows but what options are there in Linux? I would really hope there is a tool a can install without using terminal cause I dont have web access for the Xubuntu right now. If anyone aware of such a tool, preferable a .deb file so I can easily install without hazzle. Also I hope tools like that are not littered with tons of dependencies. Cause those dependencies are a major challenge without online connection. If there exist any smart terminal commands that will let med check health status pls let me know and pls write down the command. I have enabled the s.m.a.r.t in BIOS. I have 4 drives running Raid 0 if that matters.
I want to know which was the best networking monitoring tool in linux wright now im using opennms . i like to try out with any other monitoring tool can somebody say which one is best one followed in linux industry
I'm pretty new to FakeRAID vs JBOD in a software RAID, and could use some help/advice. I recently installed 11.4 on a brand new server system that I pieced together, using Intel RAID ICH10r on an ASUS P8P67 Evo board with 2500K Sandy Bridge CPU. I have two RAIDs setup, one RAID-1 mirror for the system drive and /home, and the other consists of four drives in RAID-5 for a /data mount.
Installing 11.4 seemed a bit problematic. I ran into this problem: [URL]... I magically got around it by installing from the live KDE version with all updates downloaded before the install. When prompted, I specified I would like to use mdadm (it asked me), however it proceeded to setup a dmraid. I suspect this is because I have fake raid enabled via the bios. Am I correct in this? Or should I still be able to use mdadm with bios raid setup?
Anyways, to make a long story short, I now have the server mostly running with dmraid installed vice mdadm. I have read many stories online that seem to indicate that dmraid is unreliable versus mdadm, especially when used with newer SATA drives like I happen to be using. Is it worth re-installing the OS with the drives in JBOD and then having mdadm configure a linux software raid? Are their massive implications one way or another on if I do or do not install mdadm or keep dmraid?
Finally, what could I use to monitor the health and status of a dmraid? mdadm seems to have it's own monitoring associated with it when I was glazing over the man pages.
I have recently purchased dedicated box for game servers, I just wanted to install bandwidth monitoring software, however I have read comments regarding it as it uses lot of CPU resources. There is another method to monitor bandwidth using iptables. But that article is too complex for me: [URL]. I just want to check my overall bandwidth not from any particular ports. Any teaching commands to do that, as my new to Fedora. I use ssh to control my server.
I'm looking for commandline monitoring tool for mysql and only thing I can find is mtop. Unfortunately, mtop's development halted back in 2004. Can someone suggest an alternative? or is there such thing?
I'm interested in a Open Source performance monitoring tool that can work across the board on all Linux platforms. If such a product does not exist that works on all the platforms, Redhat would be the platform I am most interested in. Can I get some suggestions and locations on where to down load?
I'm looking for an application that can run remotely to periodically check a webserver to ensure that it's delivering pages. I can't use one of the free web-based services because the servers I'm monitoring are closed to the outside internet. I have internal client machines I'd like to install the monitoring tool onto that can check specific URLs in both HTTP and HTTPS. Then email a notification when something stops responding. It would be nice to have a tool that is platform agnostic (written in perl, python, etc.) so I could have flexibility in what type of client machine I use for the monitoring.
Can any one tell me a network monitoring tool which can monitor remote connectivity and generate a comprehensive report about the link state like up/down, error timings, increase in latency and packet loss rate.
i had configured disk alert and getting javamal alert for node down events but still im facing issue in getting disk space alert im following these below link [URL] im using foollowinglink for conf datacollection-config-xmlfile
For windows servers, we use System Monitor to monitor everything on the server from disk utilization, current connections, application pools in IIS, CPU performance, bandwidth, and others. Is there something like that for opensuse? My server is running apache and I want to be able to monitor the linux server in a similar way that I do Windows Server 2003. Preferably I'd like an app that will run from a win32 workstation.
It is vital to get a useful server performance monitoring tool that prevents growth related performance issues. Moreover, it should offer long term capacity planning and trend analysis along with detecting performance issues and unwanted outages.
I am using MySQL version 5.1.47 (64bit) on Centos 5.5 in production environment. I am exploring option to monitor MySQL though SNMP traps. Can anybody please let me know if there is any open source SNMP tool that can be used for MySQL monitoring?
I am looking for a tool that will tell me, in less than half a second, if the microphone is picking up any sound above a certain threshold. (I plan to then mute the Master channel with another command line tool, like amixer.)
Any easy to install/configure network/server monitoring tool? PLease note I'm looking for something of little lightweight here (Not something like zenoss) But I'd still like to get performance graphs and event notifying alerts. Also note this is to monitor less than 50 servers and perhaps a firewall or 2.
I've read up some of the posts on this forum, but can't seem to find an answer. I have a web service within an Apache Tomcat instance installed on a Redhat linux server. I only have shell access to the server, and need to monitor outbound network traffic from my web service. Is there a unix command that will allow me to monitor all outbound traffic? I'm thinking fiddler, but a unix version? I've heard of things like ntop and iptraf, but I don't think those will help me in this instance.
I'm using debian 5 x64 with xfce.Is there a way to configure (start/stop/restart) services (especially Apache2, mySQL and PHP) using a graphical or cli tool? I tried to use sysv-rc, sysv-rc-conf, rcconf and rc-conf in the terminal but Bash didn't find them (Although Synaptic show that sysv-rc is installed).
We have a Dell Poweredge 1750 server with 2 harddrives in RAID 1 running Debian Etch. Yesterday one of the hardrives stopped working but no error message appeared in syslog. The only indication was the amber LED diode. Is there a software way how to check that both disks are OK?